Probably, it might be, because the rate at which Artificial Intelligence(AI) is gradually becoming the toast of many companies, we can't bet on job security anymore. Prior to now, job opportunities were barely available for budding prospective young school levers, and but the advent of AI, it's seemingly pretty difficult for them to secure well paid job.
Without sounding like a luddite, I also do appreciate the ease AI would introduced to how tasks are performed efficiently at work places, but it still going to have its adverse disadvantages on the overall job opportunities. Unemployment has crept into virtually all the countries of the world including the developed ones. Unfortunately, it is no longer been unable for one to secure payable employment, but it's now whether one can sustain his/her current working position, as robotics as products of AI has taken over companies, forcing the owners to retrench huge number of their workers.